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Bits and Pieces: Sorting and Representing Data with the MOTO Family

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Stock # 14739
ISBN # 978-0-87353-754-4
Published 5/1/2013
Pages 49
Grades _Pre-K-2,

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By Barbara Dougherty, Amy Lingo, Lynn Columba

Bits and Pieces: Sorting and Representing Data with the MOTO Family is one book in NCTM’s Math of Tomorrow (MOTO) Response to Intervention series of interactive digital books that are designed to engage students in a dynamic learning experience.

Each chapter in Bits and Pieces:
  • Chapter 1: Sorting and Classifying
  • Chapter 2: Classifying and Graphing
  • Chapter 3: Taking a Survey
is aligned with the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. The content was developed to help students focus on ways to sort objects as a first step in dealing with data. The technological innovation for Bits and Pieces: Sorting and Representing Data with the MOTO Family far exceeds any digital publication on the market and includes:
  • instructional animated video segments featuring the MOTO family -- four engaging characters that portray computational math symbols,
  • dozens of interactive learning opportunities,
  • digital manipulatives and games,
  • a specifically developed writing/drawing tool to allow students to complete interactive tasks and show their progress, and
  • Teacher Notes on every page that guide teachers on how to get the most of each page and task, technology that allows students to practice key skills, put answers directly on the page, and get instant teacher feedback.

  • Click here for more information on all that the MOTO series has to offer!

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